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OGDEN — While 13-year-old Harold and 15-year-old Sarah may be brother and sister, they're as different as they come.
When KSL News met them at iRock in Ogden, the siblings had a little competition going as they learned how to rock climb.
"Whoa, Sarah, you're going!" Harold shouted to his climbing sister. "But you have the easier part."
"No I don't!" Sarah shouted back.
Harold loves to skateboard and Rollerblade. He also loves Ramen Noodles, and is always up for trying something new.
Sarah loves gymnastics, swimming and biology.
The two have been in and out of foster care for most of their lives — over 20 homes Harold said — and they would love to settle down.
"I'd like to be kind of normal," Sarah said. "I guess because I always feel like I'm not normal because I'm not in a proper home with a family."
These two would like to stay together in a permanent placement. And even though they tease each other, it's clear they love one another.
If you're interested in giving Harold and Sarah a permanent home, contact The Adoption Exchange at 801-265-0444.